Hanna is an official CAPA blogger for fall 2017, sharing her story in weekly posts on CAPA World. A Marketing, Finance, and International Business major at the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities, Carlson School of Management, she is studying abroad in Sydney this semester.
In this week's post, Hanna shares about her spring break stops in New Zealand and how it was a great chance to learn about another culture—and herself.
Elizabeth Collier, Yaz Ketcherside, Kellie Reardon, Hanna Okhrimchuk, and Mitch Wesoly with their car in Auckland.
You might probably ask, "What does that even mean?" “Kia Ora” is a Maori language greeting which was introduced to New Zealand English and is now regularly used by locals. It literally means “have life/be well” as a way of wishing good health for others. Sometimes is might be used as an expression of thanks.
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